We are now living in a post-Christian culture. That doesn't mean that there's not a large percentage of Christians or that Christians don't have a huge influence on today's culture. It means that Christianity is no longer the default (generally accepted) view, no longer the foundation of our culture. Christian influence and appeal is rapidly declining.
The interview responses here reveal typical Millennial thinking. Millennials (18-38) and Gen Z (1-17) now comprise approximately 50% of the U.S. population.
Millennial thinking is taking over. They're now in child-bearing age.This is not a fringe group – this is the new America!
Generally speaking, the church is acting as if American culture is still like it was 40 years ago when Billy Graham would say, "The Bible says ...". But now it's different – radically different – as these interviews illustrate.
Most Christians have wrong assumptions about how non-believers perceive the Bible.
Accurate understanding of the other person's point of view is the first requirement for effective communication.